My husband and I just completed a “bucket list” trip for both of us. We flew to California; rented a mustang convertible and spent a week driving the pacific coast highway. A friend asked me on a scale of 1-10 how would I rate our trip; without heistation I responded “12”! Yes, a week ago … More Can beauty and pain co-exist?
My husband has an expression “too heavenly minded to be any earthly good”. That’s not what I’m talking about here. I’m not talking about stuffing your heart away so that you don’t feel loss, grief, pain, disappointment or whatever lack has occurred in your life; then when your heart tries to surface for air you … More Pain and Provision
It has been several years since I first encountered this concept while reading Waking The Dead by John Eldredge. It was one of those “ah ha” moments for me. I had been treating my heart like an enemy, as something from which I most definitely needed to guard myself diligently so as not to feel … More My heart is not my enemy